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Ukrainians urged to phone Russians

Ukrainians urged to phone Russians
Article by: Yuriy Lukanov
Translated by: Christine Chraibi
Edited by: A. N.

tel_doveriyaUkrainians are being urged to phone Russians to explain the situation in Ukraine.

The staff of the Minor Academy of Sciences of Ukraine has issued an appeal to all Ukrainians to use their mobile communications to present objective information to Russians about events in Ukraine, reports Espreso.TV, citing news.liga.net.

“With the help of mobile phones, Ukrainians can use their own initiative to convey objective information to Russians, who are being subjected to vicious anti-Ukrainian propaganda,” the appeal states. “It is critical that all mass media urge the Ukrainian people to immediately call their relatives, friends and colleagues in Russia to explain the real situation in Ukraine. Ukrainian mobile communication operators can contribute to the effort by not charging for 15-20 minute calls to Russia per subscriber per day until the end of the conflict. Maidan activists and the people of Ukraine are urged to immediately contact the mobile operators with appropriate requests,” the appeal states.

Earlier today, March 2, some 40 people had been detained in Moscow for supporting Ukraine.

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Translated by: Christine Chraibi
Edited by: A. N.
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